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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

TO CORRESPONDE-TS. '* Boh Qutry' will have tl»e goodness to under stand frum us (though not in- the 4iabu of anMVfiiug s».t:h qutrits), thai the tetter in qu£sti--n, wliVi'h i*e~hope may be 'the last on Uie subject irooi £Uat'-ju«r;er, was iu our pos session pn-vio'tis Tt-*ttie $7lri or A (frti* ; turt.~lfbr the author he must *- guvgs again-.'* ' A 'loafer*' appears again lo-dayv'— He seems, with us, peilectly suit of i|ie toUToatneiU. — — nrwmn*-*— ' ? m SHIP NEW 5.— Oa Sunday last, atnvien1 the scliuoitejr Sally, Mr. Martin master, from Hobart Town, wiiti merchandise. On Thursday last, tailed the ship St. Michael, Capt. tieveridge, tor Hobart,Town. ? 00000— — In all count lies theieis uosortof party which can be funned, of more dangerous influence, i ban an overbearing aristocracy. An absolute mouarchy is certainly, next to a mixed govern ment {such as the admirable Constitution en joyed by the Pdieiu Country), the best calculated tor liir prosperity of man j because, if it is co...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

To the Editor of the Tasmanian, Sih, Obseiving that you apologise to the* 'Free CoiistableM.*for his not having been inserted in your Jiibi ; viz. your l^aper of the 27ih Apni, your goouwebi* will excuse my asking, wheuiti his Jener was in your possession at that daitf — a» many persons of my at quauuance have t»up pohed mat the ' cettain down lookm* consequen tial sort of person ailuacu 10 m me Motion I own Utigetie oi April '29th, who attempted to disturb the Harmony aud conviviaiiiy oi th, p#ny a»s- tabled to coujuiemoiaie the King'; i*imi-day, ai btodart's Hotel, was no oiuer than ,-our identical Correspondent ?? A Arv-e Con aiaoitr,' at his old tncks again; and that tht course ot po»i did not ipeuuit him to send -ou Ins last leuer, in time, for yiiur Pa,,er of tlie27tii Aprii— or that his copjist was rather oc-eiii{t-ut iu traubcnlung 11. D ° 'lac prourictv at ptccssiiy of jour recom^ mendiition in ' fhe TuBinainan,' 01 March ao to tbe Stewards, \q intef t an extract fro'u rece...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1825. The Loaf of Fear Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

TfpJftT\siBftN%N. WEIINfiSDAY, MAY it, 1*15. ? '???'«« - — ? The Loaf a/ Vmir Pounds Fifteen Pence* Weekly Return of the Prices ot Articles in hauuecston : — Wht»ai. HJs. per bu*he1 ; barley, 0*. per uuio; poUHJoes, ;Ts*,$prcm % beef, od. «*t Ib; mm tort, 5d. far ib| jpork, 8cl. per Ih; ouuti, 3s. (id. per Jb; cbeese, is. fid. per Ib ; eggs, £s. (id per ^ozerf *' hay, £b per Ion. ? 000000 ?

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Team, dated May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated May 6. The Hervey, so long expected, has at length   arrived. She encountered dreadful weather;   and for several weeks past the passengers were, in consequence, extremely ill of for provision. She sailed so long previously to other ships, which have arrived before her, that she brings no news of importance. " A Requisition. very respectably signed, has     been sent to DUDLEY FEREDAY, Esq. our new Sheriff, requiring him to call a Public Meeting, to take into consideration the propriety of ad- vising his Excellency Sir THOMAS BRIS-       BAKE, on the subject of equalising the colonial imposts; so as that we shall be here subjected to «?? ii-^ber ta\au«-u than a|re «-nr neighix urs t»f i\tu Suuiii W ales Mr. Fereday is ucideratood tu tuci^iit; ca.liog this JV|eetiug oil two grounds ? firgi, that ihe oujecJb for discussion are nut ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

MISCELLANIES. MR. BROUGHAM.— - The 'birth anil existence   °f Mri, ?I£'i«jLaID depended updn a chance cir «amstarice, iTHich will strike 'our readers with winder. The father of Brougham, it is well known, was proprietor of Brougham Hall, and a fine estate in the North of England, which stiirform ihe patrimony of the family. He was about to be married to a lady in his own miph bourboed. to whom he was nassionarplv aitaolio^ and^evjery preparation had been made for their nnfgiafo, a pen, io Mr. Brougham's great grief, his jnistr^s died. To beguile himself of his. sorrows,, be determined on trav* liiog, and came io .Ediq burgh; where, wandering about on the Castle- Hill, viewing the cily, he happened to inquire of a Mlpw-idfer where he could find respectable and convenient lodgings. By this pettoa he. «a* .directed— nor to tbeNew Town, or jo any of: the fashionable hotels, for at that time no such thing existed in the Scottish cap*, tafc— but Io JVirs. Syme, sister to Prin...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 11 May 1825

Com »^stf*itt*r Office £* ©**£«$*?£**, XMT H EAT.— Jiis Majesty's Stores continue ' Opeu for the reception of Wheat every Day in the W«k, except Saturday, for any Qtiantitv, however smiil ; to he paid for on 1)4 livery, ai Nine Shillings per Bushel, in Spanish Dollars. t GEORGE HULL, D. A. C.G. SHERRIFF'S OFFICE, April 22, 1825. In The Supreme Court -- By Virtue of Writs' of Fieri Farias to me directed, I will cause to be Said by Public   Auction, at the Time and Place hereinafter men-   tioned, All the Right and Tide of the Defendants to the Property and Effects mentioned in the following Causes: --     Simpson and Another v. Brumby. On the Premises, at the Bridge on the North Esk River, on Tuesday the 17th of May next,   at 12 o'Clock, A FARM of Thirty Acres, with a Water Mill, and the Apparatus thereto belonging ; with the Outhouses and other Tenements thereon erected. Also, a Farm of Sixty Acres, adjoining the said...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POET'S CORNER. ORIGINAL LINES, Addressed to the Daughter of a Friend, with the present of a Coral. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 18 May 1825

tf O ET'S COR ME R. OftlCtHAL LINES, j Jdiressed to the Daughter of a Friend, with the I present of a Coral. r V When Time has tjpenM ail tfiine. infant char bis., And i am drawing to'lhe Valefof years; .;, When that girearVp cold wiiich.no w ipy spirit warnft, And scarce a friend is left to dry my tears Fur those companions,, ot juy youth^uj lime, YVho've haply left the busy scene o£ life, Their few days number 'd, ere I've numbered mme— ? , ' ''? ... slrife— ','] '? ' ' ' / If then perchance I 'aeath affliction bend, O ! say Eliza, then, thou'it be my Friend. , Pledge 'of my future friendship, fondest love— ! ' * A love, and fnendshi p, cynics ne'er can scorn— - Pure, as ihe bosom of the peaceful dove, -. And chaste, as dew-drops, ere dispeli'd by morn— - ??..-.? : Receive this coral, with its tuneful be&ls, ; A toy, ^e.t useful,— in thine infant hours, If it i**v pain and burning anguish quells; For such. Kiiza, are its soothing powers :_ ?? ! . Whea mem'ry styill her ple...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 18 May 1825

To tlie Editor of the Tasmanian* Sin, After reading your notices ' to Correspon dents,*' in last week's Paper, from courtesv to you, and compassion for ' A Towter/' whose invrntive genius seems to have forsaken him, 1 had almost resolved to drop the subject ; per fectly aware, t'ro.u the sterility apparent upon the face of his last production, that without a be sh coinage of lies, upon which his arguments have invariably been founded, he must be com pelled disgracefully to retire, and hide Ins head in the shades of blackest obscurity ; and con scious, at the same lime, however much he may picque himself upon the theme of his correa poudencies favouring the opinions of the low and the vulgar, thai a discerning and impartial Public must have frequently discovered the fal lacy of his assertions, and the mean expedients to. which be haa often resorted, in order to eke out a tale fraught with falsehood. However, upon considering that this waa the oaf ? t£c changeling— that had wnh matchl...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 18 May 1825

Tb the Editor of the Tustnanian. f '' ? Sin,' Considerable doubts having lately arisen re yarding the equity of those weights and mea sures now generally used by 'be shopkeepers in Lduncr ston ; fcnd Si* a general dissatisfaction ; sterns, lo pervade the public mind, by reason o- tin1 mt rests, particularly of die poorer clashes of httr eomrnunity (whose general dealings are ne -*e«sarity limited to those people generally called starters, upon wnom suspicion principally seem* X --frli), be ng so shamefully neglected, i think it %ould redound great iy to the honour and credit of our wor»iiy Commandant, were he to adopi tome measure by which it might be known whe ther the evil complained of actually does exist, and io what extent. That impositions' of this nature are likely to be practised, particularly in a place where ii is but too well known such mat ters are hardly cognizable, must appear evident to every reflecting mind. Even in England, where every precaution is taken to suppres...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE TASMANIAN. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1825. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 18 May 1825

THE, TAPANI AN. WEttNEDAY. MAY 18, m*5. The Loaf of Four Pounds, Fifteen Pence* WeeMy Return of the Prices of Articles io LauuceSLon: — Wheat, 10s. per bushel; barley, &. per ditto; potatoes, 7s. per cwt ; beef, .5d. perib; mutton, 5d. per ib; poHt, 8d. perlb; butler, 3 s. 6d. perib; cheese, Is. 6d. per Jb ; eggs, £s. ()d.|»er uoten; feay, £a per tdn. SHIP KEvVS.— On Saturday last, sailed the brig Nereus, Capt. Swindells, with wheat, for Sidney, aud H. M. stores at George Tow a. Wetyave riqw reached our Twentieth Nwfclier, wfeieh, io all human probability, will be the last published at this place jfepr sojaie tithe ; however, a due sense of the liberal patronage so kindly extended to us, by tbe supporters of ' The Tas manian,' compels us, in bidding them a fond ** Adieu' to embrace the opportu nity of publicly arowiug the gratitude which we feel, and returning our sincere and hear i felt thanks. As arrangements havebeen entered into forour immediate removal to Hobart Town, t...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 18 May 1825

if ; Government House, Port Datri/mple . ' . :. May 17, »%5. ? ? .;*;? JIIS Honor the LVeutehant GbvEftko) t r. h-*s been pleased to appoint Mr.TuoMA Wales to be Wharfinger at this Port. W. Balfour, Lieut, polonel .,,.., . jCJoinmandaDt. Commissariat Office^ Launceston ^^ « . , :1 May 15, 1825. ' ' ': ' TIT' H'EAT. — In consequence of a considerate Quantity of WHEAT being a'botft to b- exported from this Station, His Majesty's Store will be Open, as before, for the reception of air Quanilt.es, at TEN StiltLINGS per Bushel in Spanish Dollars at 5s. each. |: ', George Hull, D: A.C.G Sheriff's Office, April 22, 1825 In the Supreme Court.             BY Virtue of a Writ of 'Fieri Facias to me di rected, I will cause to be Sold, by Public Auction, at the Time and Place hereinafter men tioned, All the Righi and Title of the Defendant to the Property and Effects mentioned in the following Cause:-   &...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 18 May 1825

Extract of a Letter from our Correspondent at Hobart Town, dated May 13 'The. ship Hugh Crawford arrived ibis morn- . ing, in seven days from Sydney, She brings an immense quantity of Jettets from England and from other pans of ihe world. The numbers ot the Syduey Journals due, since former re etipis, have been most unaccountably kept back ; none, having arrived through the usual channels,, aitid only iwo or ihree stts received by private individuals. .A strange circumstance, in some degree referable to this, also appears to have occurred on a recent occasion. The brig Haweis. \ on her last ai rival here, brought no mail; nor did Captain Dibbs sp^ak of one having been j»ut on board. Strange to say, au advertisement is now inserted in the Sydoey Papers, from Mr. Rob. Campbell, sen. offering a reward of two huooVrd dollars, tor tbe conviction of persons , charged wuh having ' stolen the Post Office Mail ,'' and a packet .'* On His Majesty's Her -vice,' from Mr. Cotuuutssary Wemyss to ...

Publication Title: Tasmanian And Port Dalrymple Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tasmanian and Port Dalrymple Advertiser — 18 May 1825

ADVERTISEMENTS. GOVERNMENT & GENERAL ORDER. Government House, Port Dalrymple, % May 17, 1825. r IE0TENANT- COLONEL BALFOUR *-* announces, that Hii Honor Lieutenant Governor Arthur has appointed Mr. John H is ad lam Master of the Public School, held at the Public School; House at Launceston. Mr. Headlam will take' Charge on Monday the 30th of May. Vhe LiEurbN ast Governor is particularly anxious that this Establishment may prosper, and she Commandant trusts that the inhabi tants will avail themselves of the valuable Op portunity now offered of sending their Children tor Education. ACT OF COUNCIL, No. 10. ^ECTION 13th,— And be it further enacted, that it shall not be lawful for any Master, or Commander of any Ship or Vessel, leaving an/ of the said HaTbbtJrrs respectively, to receive on, board his said Ship 6r Vessel for the purpose of cooveying to Sea, a-iy Person who may have been Transported to'' this Colony or 'its Depen dencies as ' a Cotifrfct1, wbo may have been con vic...

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